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Thunder Bay man gives popular boat launch extreme makeover

Outdoor columnist Gord Ellis talks to George Clark about his plans to spruce up the boat launch at Shebandowan Lake.

Volunteer George Clark looks to improve main public launch at Shebandowan Lake.

George Clark from Thunder Bay rolls up his sleeves to improve the public boat launch at Shebandowan Lake
A Thunder Bay man's plans to give the public boat launch at Shebandwan Lake an extreme makeover

George Clark, from Thunder Bay, is taking matters into his own hands, with a little help from his friends.

Shebandowan Lake, 45 minutes northwest of the city, is one of the most popular and well-used lakes in the region.

However, the main public launch operated by the Ministry of Natural Resources, is in need of repair.

Our Outdoor columnist, Gord Ellis, tells Superior Morning host Lisa Laco about the work currently underway to improve and upgrade access to the lake.


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